CGG Awarded Colombian 3D Seismic Survey Extension

CGG has been awarded an extension to a 3D seismic survey it successfully completed on the Caribbean coast offshore Colombia late last year.

The new survey follows on from the original 6,000 square mile plus survey that CGG conducted over portions of the Col-1 and Col-2 blocks, which was the largest survey ever recorded offshore Colombia. The extension is expected to start in February 2016.

Jean-Georges Malcor, CEO, CGG, said in a company statement:

"This survey extension is the latest in a series of projects we have conducted for this key client offshore Colombia since 2013 and indicates the continuing satisfaction with CGG's seismic technology and operational performance. We look forward to continuing to support high-impact exploration opportunities with our high-end geosciences services and solutions."



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